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Word: constituent

Definition: supporter; voter; member of a constituency; component


Sentences Containing 'constituent'

(The rules of eligibility and admission are controlled by each of the 14 Constituent Societies to which members are admitted.
A constituent assembly would be filled of unitarians, and fail like the attempts of 1819 and 1826.
A key question is how the nucleon's spin is distributed amongst its constituent partons (quarks and gluons).
A less familiar but more abundant constituent of the atmosphere is the nitrogen.
Another constituent of the air with which we are familiar is carbon dioxide.
At the 2008 election of the Nepalese Constituent Assembly, none of the candidates won the seat.
Bista is the NC candidate in the Achham-2 constituency for the 2008 Constituent Assembly election.
df Constituent Units] Programmes of Study.
Following independence in 1962, he was elected to the constituent assembly, but played no major political role after that.
From June 18, to July 18, 1946 he was Chairman of the Constituent National Assembly.
He represented "Kristians amt" at the Norwegian Constituent Assembly at Eidsvoll in 1814.
He represented Hedemarken amt at the Norwegian Constituent Assembly at Eidsvoll in 1814.
He represented Søndre Bergenhus amt at the Norwegian Constituent Assembly at Eidsvoll in 1814.
He represented the Røros Mountain Corps at the Norwegian Constituent Assembly at Eidsvoll in 1814.
He was born in Bergen. He represented Fredrikstad at the Norwegian Constituent Assembly at Eidsvoll in 1814.
He was elected to the Constituent Assembly in 1945 and, as a Social Democrat, to the National Assembly in 1948.
Here is a brief retrospect of the development of the University: Constituent Units.
Honduran Constituent Assembly election, 1936
Hwa Hsia has nine constituent academic departments:
In 1946, he was elected to the Constituent Assembly.
In the constituent community of Grube Anna, there was brown coal pit mining until 1924.
It existed until 1923; and then became a constituent company of the London, Midland and Scottish Railway.
It is an important constituent of pinyon-juniper communities.
It is an important constituent of the Sudbury intrusion where it occurs in masses associated with copper and nickel mineralisation.
It's constituent campus is located at Jatni, on the fringes of Bhubaneswar.
Limonene is also used as a solvent in some model airplane glues and as a constituent in some paints.
Louis when a constituent quizzed him about Kony".
Meiningen lay on the spot of today's constituent community of Grube Anna.
On 12 December 2011, he was elected President of Tunisia by the Constituent Assembly.
Other plant products, such as nuts, have fat as their most abundant food constituent.
Pyrrhotite is a rather common trace constituent of mafic igneous rocks especially norites.
Rajdhani College [http://rajdhani.du.ac.in/] () is a constituent College of the University of Delhi.
Rosas explained in the letter that the country was not ready to convene a constituent assembly to write a constitution.
The definition and acceptance of membership has remained with the constituent societies rather than with the General Society in Washington.
The first part of diphthongs are subject to the same allophony as their constituent vowels.
The people elected 59 deputies to the Constituent Assembly.
The PSO has a primary listing at the Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE), and is a constituent of the KSE-30 Index.
The three constituent communities are also symbolized by the three bends and three golden orbs.
They were a constituent tribe of the Obodrite confederacy.
This is in contrast to symmetric federalism, where no distinction is made between constituent states.
This is the equivalent of summing the mass numbers of all constituent atoms.
This substitute, however, was still obliged to account to his principal or constituent for the profits of the jurisdiction.
This vision of the Drum implicitly excludes the Friesian as a direct constituent breed for the Drum.
This will help identify the constituent proteins of many complexes.
To these areas belonged many of today’s constituent communities.
University College is the name of a constituent college of the University of Toronto.
Wests is a constituent club of the Wellington Rugby Football Union.
Within 12 months of the founding, a constituent Society had been organized in each of the 13 states and in France.
Yadav is the NC candidate in the Siraha-2 constituency for the 2008 Constituent Assembly election.
“"On 28 January, elections were held for the Constituent Assembly.

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